Los Angeles, California: Horizon Educational announced today that the United States portion of the 2021-2022 H2GP competition wraps up on 03.26.2022 in Pomona, California. Twenty teams have been selected to compete at the Fairplex in Pomona, which is the number one RC sports venue in California.
“The H2GP program in California is the best FCEV racing competition in the Western Hemisphere, and it enables students to get an in-depth hands-on hydrogen fuel cell education” says Jesse Lyon, at Fuel Cells Works.
The competing teams compose the best teams that qualified in the Northern and Southern California Regional matches, and they represent the next generation talent pool for the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. Here are the key specs for 03.26:
- Doors open (racers): 9:00 am
- Registration, Warmups, judging: 9:00-11:30
- Doors open (spectators): 10:00
- Race Start: 12:00 pm
- Race Duration: 4 hours
- Fairplex, building 6, Pomona, California
- Awards Ceremony: 4pm – 5pm
The awards ceremony will be composed of the following categories:
- Endurance 1-3
- Pitch (aka presentation)
- Pit Stop
To learn more about the H2GP competition, click here.
A generous supply of doughnuts will be on-hand for all members of the media to consume.
About Horizon Educational: Founded in 2003, Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies began the sale of miniature fuel cells to demonstrate the technology to schools and students around the world, meanwhile investing into R&D of more advanced products and industrial applications. In 2013, Horizon Educational Group was formed as an independent division dedicated to the deployment of a complete range of educational solutions. In 2016 Horizon Educational launched the H2GP program where it pairs a structured hydrogen fuel cell curriculum with a hands-on FCEV racing series. Today, the H2GP program is the only one for students K-12 globally that empowers them to pursue careers in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry, and it also offers the only global FCEV racing competition annually.